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June 2004
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  Summary of Contents for GE 60-806-95R-16Z - Security Concord Express System Control Panel

  • Page 1 466-1665 Rev G *( 6HFXULW\ June 2004 *(6HFXULW\FRP Part No: 60-806 60-806-95R T e s t S y s t e m W e e k l y p r e s s b o t h p r e s s b o t h p r e s s b o t h S y s t e m i s O K...
  • Page 2 FCC Notices FCC Part 15 Information to the User Changes or modifications not expressly approved by GE Interlogix can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. FCC Part 15 Class B This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 3 Canada Notice The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunica- tions network protective, operational, and safety requirements. The department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents About This Manual Special Installation Requirements UL Listed Systems ............................1 UL-Canada Listed Systems ........................3 Planning the Installation Standard Panel ............................3 Touchpads ..............................3 SnapCard ..............................3 Installing the System Determine the Panel Location ........................4 Total System Power and Wire Length Guidelines ..................5 Mounting the Panel .............................6 Identify Panel Components .........................7 Connecting the Panel to Earth Ground .......................7...
  • Page 5 Changing Fixed Display LCD Touchpad Chime and Trouble Beep Tones ..........49 Troubleshooting Appendix A: System Configuration Worksheets Cross-Zoning ............................57 Appendix B: Programming Mode Menus and Settings Specifications Wiring Diagram Back Page...
  • Page 6: About This Manual

    About This This manual provides information for planning, installing, programming, and testing this security system. When necessary, this manual refers you to other documentation Manual included with compatible devices. Planning sheets are included for you to record hardware layout and software program- ming settings.
  • Page 7 • Hardwire Smoke Detector: System Sensor models 2100D, 2100TD, 2100S, 2100TS, 2400, or 2400TH learned into Sen- sor Group 26 Sentrol (ESL) models 429AT, 521B, or 521BXT learned into sensor group 26 • Wireless Smoke Sensor 60-506-319.5 or 60-645-95 learned into sensor group 26 •...
  • Page 8: Ul-Canada Listed Systems

    Function Operation Cancel Report Annunciation Enabled UL 1635 Digital Alarm Communicator System Same as UL 1023 & 985 plus: Note For UL 1635 installations, • AC FAILURE set to on Entry Delay plus Dialer Abort Delay must not • PHONE NUMBER must be programmed exceed 60 seconds.
  • Page 9: Touchpads

    • Bus A and B: Input and output that provide communication between bus devices and the panel. • 2 Onboard Outputs: One 12-volt and one open-collector output that can be set up to activate other signalling devices, based on system events. •...
  • Page 10: Total System Power And Wire Length Guidelines

    • To help reduce wire run lengths and labor, centrally locate the panel with relation to detection devices whenever possible. • Avoid running wires parallel with electrical wiring or fixtures, such as fluorescent lighting, to prevent wire runs from picking up electrical noise. •...
  • Page 11: Mounting The Panel

    Table 2: Maximum Device Wire Lengths (Continued) Device Max. Wire Length to Panel Wire Type 2-Wire Smoke Detectors 22 AWG—330 ft. Stranded 18 AWG—830 ft. (based on 10 ohms maximum loop resistance + 2k end-of-line) Sirens 22 AWG—80 ft. Stranded 18 AWG—200 ft.
  • Page 12: Identify Panel Components

    8. Install the antenna housing (included with the panel) by pushing it down into the top left hole of the cabinet until it snaps into place (see Figure 3). 9. Install the circuit board into the cabinet, inserting the loop antenna loop up into the antenna housing (see Figure 3), then secure the circuit board with the four mounting screws (included).
  • Page 13: Installing Optional Snapcards

    Note For best results, it is recom- mended that you crimp a spade lug on the wire end at the panel and secure the lug under the circuit board Antenna Loop screw as shown in Figure . Knockout Pipe Water Pipe Ground Clamp Figure 5.
  • Page 14: Connecting Detection Devices To Panel Zone Inputs

    To Zone Input Device (Shared Commons) Panel Terminals 8642137A.DSF Figure 7. Installing and Connecting the HIM in the Concord Express Connecting Detection Devices to Panel Zone Inputs The panel comes with six factory programmed onboard hardwire zones (see “Accessory Modules Menu”...
  • Page 15 2k Ohm EOL Resistor (49-454) Locate at Last Device Figure 9. Connecting a PIR Motion Detector Connecting 2-Wire Smoke Detectors Note When using 2-wire smoke Zone input 6 can be set up (in program mode) to accept 12 VDC, 2-wire smoke detectors by the detectors on Zone 6, the following manufacturers: Two-Wire Smoke setting (in...
  • Page 16 Panel Terminals 2k Ohm EOL Resistor (49-454) Locate at Last Device Figure 10. Connecting 2-Wire Smoke Detectors Connecting 4-Wire Smoke Detectors Zone inputs 1 through 6 can be used with 4-wire smoke detectors that latch and remain in the alarm state until power is removed and then restored to the detector. The panel provides this power interruption from panel terminal 8 (OUT2/OC) provided that the output configuration number is set (in program mode) to 01500.
  • Page 17: Connecting Sirens

    Panel Terminal 8 (OUT2/OC) Must be Set to Configuration 2k Ohm Number 01500 for Connected EOL Resistor Smoke Detectors to Reset (49-454) After Canceling a Fire Alarm Locate at Last Device Model 449AT Model 2k Ohm 449AT EOL Resistor (49-454) Locate at Last Device Figure 11.
  • Page 18: Connecting Siren Drivers, Self-Contained Sirens, And Bells

    Note For UL Listed installations, you can connect only one 15-Watt, Dual-Tone Siren to panel termi- Some versions of this siren nals 3 and 7 as shown in Figure 12. For all other installations, connect up to two sirens. This siren may have two wires of each does not require an end-of-line resistor.
  • Page 19: Connecting Touchpads

    Connecting Touchpads • SuperBus 2000 2x16 LCD Alphanumeric Touchpad (60-746-01) • SuperBus 2000 2x20 LCD Alphanumeric Touchpads (60-803, 60-809) • SuperBus 2000 2x20 VFD Alphanumeric Touchpad (60-804, 60-810) • SuperBus 2000 Fixed Display LCD Touchpad (60-820) Alphanumeric touchpads can be used for installer programming, system operation, and user pro- gramming.
  • Page 20: Connecting The Phone Line To The Panel With A Db-8 Cord

    RJ-31X Jack Telco Protector Block RJ-31X Phone Tip Ring Line Wire Green Black White (or Yellow) Green Lines From Phones on Premises Figure 16. Installing an RJ-31X Phone Jack 3. At the TELCO protector block, remove the premises phone lines (lines from phone jacks on premises) from the block and splice them to the black and white (or yellow) wires of the 4-conductor cable (see C in Figure 16).
  • Page 21: Connecting The Ac Power Transformer

    3. Check the phones on the premises for dial tone and the ability to dial out and make phone calls. If phones do not work correctly, check all wiring and correct where necessary. Proceed to the “Troubleshooting” section of this manual if problems persist. Connecting the AC Power Transformer The panel must be powered by a plug-in stepdown transformer that supplies 16.5 VAC, 25 VA Note...
  • Page 22: Programming The Panel

    4. To permanently mount the transformer, unplug it and remove the existing screw securing the AC outlet cover. 5. Hold the outlet cover in place and plug the transformer into the lower receptacle. 6. Use the screw supplied with the transformer to secure the transformer to the outlet cover. Note If touchpads don’t display Use extreme caution when securing the transformer to a metal outlet cover.
  • Page 23: Touchpad Button Programming Functions

    Touchpad Button Programming Functions In program mode, the touchpad buttons let you navigate to all installer programming menus for configuring the system. Table 3 describes the touchpad button functions in program mode. Table 3: Alphanumeric Touchpad Buttons Button Programming Function ƒ...
  • Page 24: Programming Tier 1 Menu Items

    Settings in tier 2 menus can also be accessed by entering shortcut numbers. See the section, “Pro- gramming Tier 2 Menu Items” for complete details. Programming Tier 1 Menu Items This section guides you through programming tier 1 menu items as they appear in sequence. The exact order you need to follow will depend on whether you’re installing a new system or chang- ing the programming of an existing system.
  • Page 25 Using Shortcut Numbers To go directly to a setting in tier 2, you can enter the shortcut number for that setting. Shortcut numbers in this manual appear in parenthesis ( ), next to the setting name. For example this heading shows the Downloader Code shortcut to be 0000. Downloader Code (0000) System Programming Shortcut numbers can be used from any setting location within tier 2.
  • Page 26 Dealer Code (0002) Security-Global (Default = none) ¾ The 4-digit dealer code is used to prevent unau- To program a Dealer Code: thorized persons from changing the programmed 1. With the display showing , enter the desired 4-digit DEALER CODE **** central station phone numbers and the Down- code.
  • Page 27 Quick Exit (0012) Security-Partition 1 (Default = on) ¾ This setting determines whether or not users can open and close a standard To turn Quick Exit off or on: entry or exit door without causing an alarm (while the system is armed). This 1.
  • Page 28 Keyswitch Sensor (0015) Security-Partition 1 (Default = none) ¾ This feature lets users arm and disarm the system using either a keyswitch wired To assign a Keyswitch Sensor: to a hardwire zone input or a wireless door or window sensor. 1.
  • Page 29 High Level Rpts (0101-cs phone 1, 0111-cs phone 2) Phones-CS Phone 1-2 (Default: CS Phone 1=on, CS Phone 2=off) ¾ To turn High-Level Reports off or on: When this setting is on, the panel reports to the central station events that involve a high-level security risk, including the following conditions: 1.
  • Page 30 Reporting Format (0105-cs phone 1, 0115-cs phone 2) Phones-CS Phone 1-2 (Default=all CID) ¾ This setting determines whether the panel uses the SIA or CID (Contact ID) To select SIA or CID Reporting Format: reporting format for central station communication. 1.
  • Page 31 Open/Close Rpts (0123-pager 1, 0133-pager 2, 0143-pager 3) Phones-Pager Phone 1-3 (Default=off) ¾ When this setting is on, the panel sends a report when the system is armed To turn Opening/Closing Reports off or (closed) or disarmed (opened). 1. With the display showing OPEN/CLOSE RPTS Note (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2...
  • Page 32 Phone Test (02000) Phones Options-Global (Default=on) ¾ This setting determines if the user can test the communication from the panel To turn the Phone Test setting off or on: to the central station (or a pager). When this feature is on, the user can test 1.
  • Page 33 Dialer Abort (02005) Phones Options-Global (Default=on) ¾ This setting determines whether or not users can stop the first dialing attempt To turn Dialer Abort off or on: of the panel (within the Dialer Abort Delay time setting) to report to the cen- 1.
  • Page 34 Remote Access (0210) Phones Options-Partition 1 (Default=on) ¾ This setting determines whether or not the panel can be accessed from off-site To turn Remote Access off or on: for downloader programming. 1. With the display showing REMOTE ACCESS (current setting), press (off) or OFF/ON (on).
  • Page 35 Phone Test Freq. (0302) Timers-Global (Default=7 days) ¾ This setting determines how often the panel sends the automatic phone test To set the Phone Test Freq: (see “Auto Phone Test” under ) to the central station PHONE OPTIONS—GLOBAL 1. With the display showing PHONE TEST FREQ (or a pager).
  • Page 36 Entry Delay (0310) Timers-Partition 1 (Default=30 sec.) ¾ This setting determines how much time (30-240 seconds) users have to disarm To set the Entry Delay: the system (after entering the armed premises through a designated delay 1. With the display showing ENTRY DELAY nnn door) to avoid causing an alarm.
  • Page 37 Aux. Panic (0401) Touchpad Options-Partition 1 (Default=on) ¾ This setting determines whether touchpad auxiliary panic buttons are enabled To change the Auxiliary Panic setting: (on) or disabled (off). 1. With the display showing AUXILIARY PANIC (current setting), press (off) or OFF/ON (on).
  • Page 38 Buffer Control (05001) Reporting-Global (Default=off) ¾ When this setting is on, only arming level changes are logged into the buffer To turn Buffer Control off or on: (memory) of the panel. When this setting is off, all system events are logged 1.
  • Page 39 Buffer Full Rpt (05006) Reporting-Global (Default=off) ¾ When this setting is turned on, the panel sends an “event buffer full” report to To turn Buffer Full Report off or on: the central monitoring station when the panel event buffer (memory) is nearly With the display showing BUFFER FULL RPT full.
  • Page 40 Receiver Failure (05011) Reporting-Global (Default=off) ¾ When this setting is on, the panel reports a receiver failure if either no wireless To turn Receiver Failure reports off or on: sensor signals have been received for two hours or if signals are being 1.
  • Page 41 Opening Reports (0510) Reporting-Partition 1 (Default=off) ¾ This setting determines whether or not the panel sends an opening report to To turn Opening Reports off or on: the central station (or pager) after disarming the system. 1. With the display showing OPENING REPORTS (current setting), press (off) or...
  • Page 42 Force Armed (0515) Reporting-Partition 1 (Default=off) ¾ This setting determines whether or not the panel reports to the central moni- To turn Force Armed off or on: toring station when a user force arms the system. 1. With the display showing FORCE ARMED (current setting), press (off) or...
  • Page 43 Disable Trouble Beeps (0601) Siren Options-Global (Default=off) ¾ This setting determines whether or not the panel activates trouble beeps when To turn Disable Trouble Beeps off or on: a wireless device supervisory condition is detected. With the display showing DISABLE TR BEEPS (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 OFF/ON Note...
  • Page 44 Learn Sensors (070) Sensors (Default=none) ¾ The following describes how to To Learn Sensors into panel memory: learn hardwire zones and wire- , press ƒ and the display shows 1. With the display showing SENSORS LEARN SENSORS less devices into panel memory. 2.
  • Page 45 Delete Sensors (072) Sensors (Default=none) ¾ The following describes how to remove To Delete Sensors from panel memory: hardwire zone and wireless sensor , press B until the display shows 1. With the display showing LEARN SENSORS DELETE numbers from panel memory. SENSORS Note 2.
  • Page 46 Device ID Acc. Modules-Bus Devices (Default=none) ¾ This menu lets you change a To change a Device ID: bus device ID number when 1. With the display showing the desired device, press ƒ twice. The display shows DEVICE ID replacing a defective bus (current ID).
  • Page 47: Exiting Programming Mode

    —this menu lets you assign the two built-in panel outputs to partitions and set their con- OUTPUTS figuration numbers. The following describes how to program the settings that appear under ONBOARD OPTIONS— INPUTS Smoke Verify (0900) Onboard Options-Inputs (Default=off) ¾ This setting controls the number of sensor group 26 (fire) zone To turn Smoke Verify off or on: trips needed to report a fire alarm.
  • Page 48: Entering User Programming Mode

    3. Press ƒ . The panel exits program mode and the touchpad displays TIME AND DATE Entering User Programming Mode The user programming mode lets you program or view the following system settings: • Time and Date • User Codes •...
  • Page 49 User Codes (10nn0-- User Codes (Default=none) nn=user 00 thru 15) ¾ User Codes perform basic To program Regular User Codes: arming and disarming func- 1. With the display showing , press ƒ and the display shows USER CODES REGULAR USER tions.
  • Page 50 System Master Code (110) User Codes (Default=1234) ¾ The System Master Code performs To change the System Master Code: all system operations and user pro- , press ƒ then B . The display shows 1. With the display showing USER CODES SYSTEM MAS- gramming.
  • Page 51: Downloader Programming

    Chime On Close (25) Options (Default=off) ¾ This setting determines whether or not a single To turn Chime On Close off or on: chime is sounded when a perimeter door or 1. Enter user programming mode with the system master code. The display window is closed.
  • Page 52: Basic System Commands

    Basic System Commands Table 4 describes the basic system touchpad operating commands. For complete details on sys- tem operation, including user programming, refer to the system users guide. Table 4: Basic System Commands Command System Response ‚ Indicates current system status (STATUS) CODE Disarms system to OFF...
  • Page 53: Testing Phone Communication

    When possible, locate wireless sensors within 100 feet of the panel. While a transmitter may have a range of 1,000 feet or more out in the open, the environment at the installation site can have a significant effect on transmitter range. Refer to the “Troubleshooting” section to resolve the problem.
  • Page 54: Changing Fixed Display Lcd Touchpad Chime And Trouble Beep Tones

    Table 5: Pager System Event Codes Code System Event Zone Restoral System Disarmed Trouble Condition Cleared Alarm Canceled System Armed to STAY System Armed to AWAY Phone Test System Trouble Condition System in Alarm Table 6: Pager Codes Code Sensor/Zone or User Number System event not caused by a zone or user 001 - 024 Sensor/Zone Numbers 1 - 24...
  • Page 55: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section describes what to do if you experience problems with system operation. Topics are in alphabetical for easy reference. Feature Problem Action/Solution Access Code Customer cannot remember access code(s). 1. Check your records to see if you have the customer’s access code(s) on file. 2.
  • Page 56 Feature Problem Action/Solution Central station/pager is not receiving reports. 1. Check that the premises phone line is working. 2. Perform a phone test. 3. Check that the DB-8 cord is plugged into the RJ-31X/CA-38A jack. 4. Check that the DB-8 cord is wired correctly to the panel. 5.
  • Page 57 Feature Problem Action/Solution Touchpad display indicates SYSTEM LOW BATTERY 1. Check that the backup battery is installed correctly and the AC power transformer is plugged in. 2. Measure the incoming AC voltage at the panel terminals 1 and 2. It should read about 16.5 VAC.
  • Page 58 Feature Problem Action/Solution System indicates SENSOR/TOUCHPAD NN LOW BATTERY Replace the indicated device battery. Test the sensor/touchpad after replacing the battery. Note If the sensor/touchpad is not tested after battery replacement, the system continues to show a low battery condition since that was the last signal it received from the device. Testing the sensor/touchpad with new batteries allows the panel to receive a signal with good battery information.
  • Page 59: Appendix A: System Configuration Worksheets

    Appendix A: Customer Name _________________________________ Address System _______________________________________ Configuration City _________________ County ___________ State ___ Zip __________ Worksheets Phone (____) _______________ Table A1: System Hardwire Devices Standby Maximum Maximum Part No. Description Qty. Standby Current Draw Current Current Current Draw Subtotal Subtotal Hardwire Sensors/Detectors...
  • Page 60 Table A2: Zone/Sensor Assignments Group Zone/Sensor Text Table A3: Sensor Group Characteristics Active Name Application Alarm Delay Levels √ √ Fixed Panic 24-hour audible fixed emergency buttons. Police Instant 1, 2, 3 √ Portable Panic 24-hour audible portable emergency buttons. Police Instant 1, 2, 3 √...
  • Page 61 Table A3: Sensor Group Characteristics (Continued) Active Name Application Alarm Delay Levels √ √ √ Special Intrusion Special belongings, such as gun cabinets Police Instant 1, 2, 3 and wall safes. √ √ √ Special Intrusion Special belongings, such as gun cabinets Police Standard 1, 2, 3...
  • Page 62: Cross-Zoning

    Table A3: Sensor Group Characteristics (Continued) Active Name Application Alarm Delay Levels Note: Check marks ( 3 ) represent characteristics present in a group. * This group is not certified as a primary protection circuit for UL-listed systems and is for supplementary use only . †...
  • Page 63 Table A4: Item Numbers and Sensor Text (Continued) Sensor Sensor Item # Sensor Text Item # Sensor Text Item # Item # Item # Sensor Text Item # Sensor Text Text Text Basement Energy Saver 099 Kitchen Pool Unbypass Bathroom Enter Latchkey Porch...
  • Page 64 Table A5: System Settings (Continued) Menu Name & (Default) Shortcut No. Setting Cancel Message (On) 02007 Closing Reports (Off) 0511 Comm. Failure (On) 02003 Daylight Savings (On) 0306 Dealer Code (None) 0002 Delete Sensors (None) Dialer Abort (On) 02005 Dial Abort Delay (30 seconds) 02006 Disable Trouble Beeps (Off) 0601...
  • Page 65 Table A5: System Settings (Continued) Menu Name & (Default) Shortcut No. Setting Output Trip Time (4 seconds) 0304 Pager Delay (15 seconds) 02008 Pager Phone 1 (None) 0120 Pager Phone 2 (None) 0130 Pager Phone 3 (None) 0140 Phone Test (On) 02000 Phone Test Freq.
  • Page 66 Table A5: System Settings (Continued) Menu Name & (Default) Shortcut No. Setting System Number (Factory-set) Time (00:00) Touchpad Brightness (2) User Code 00 (None) 10000 ___________ Direct Bypassing (off) 10001 ___________ System Tests (off) 10002 ___________ User Code 01 (None) 10010 ___________ Direct Bypassing (off)
  • Page 67 Table A6: System Event Trigger Numbers (Continued) System Event Trigger No. Auxiliary Alarm Any Audible Alarm Silent Alarm (sensor groups 2, 3, and duress) Any Audible or Silent Alarm HOM Group 27, 28, 32 in Alarm Major Trouble (phone or receiver failure) Arming to STAY or AWAY Arming to AWAY AVM is Interactive (audio session in progress)
  • Page 68 Table A7: Sensor Group Event Trigger Numbers (Continued) Sensor Group Trigger No. Group 23 in alarm Group 24 in alarm Group 25 in alarm Group 26 in alarm Group 27 in alarm Group 28 in alarm Group 29 in alarm Group 32 in alarm Group 33 in alarm Group 34 in alarm...
  • Page 69 Note When using event trigger Table A9: System Feature Event Trigger Numbers numbers in Table A9, the corresponding feature must Feature State Trigger No. be turned on to activate out- puts. Phone Test in alarm AC Failure in alarm CPU Low Battery in alarm Auto Phone Test in alarm...
  • Page 70 Table A10: Response Numbers Siren Tracking Trip Delay Response Time Response No. siren time sustained Notes for Table A10 Response Numbers 1. If an event does not trigger sirens, siren tracking response numbers activate without turning Note The mechanical lifetime of on the output.
  • Page 71: Appendix B: Programming Mode Menus And Settings

    Appendix B: Programming Mode Menus and Settings To enter Programming Mode: 8 + Installer or Dealer Code + 0 + 0 Tier 1 Menus TIER 1 MENUS System Programming Demo Kit Clear Exit On Off Memory Programming Press B to continue TIER 2 MENUS to Phone Options.
  • Page 72 Press B to continue to TIER 2 MENUS Sensors. Touchpad Reporting Siren Options Phone Options Timers Options Partition 1 Global Partition 1 Global Partition 1 Global Partition 1 Global Partition 1 Supervs. Time Fire Panic Phone Test Entry Delay 24 Hour Tamper Opening Rpts Immediate Siren Verify...
  • Page 73 Press B to return to Security Menu. Sensors Onboard Options Accessory Modules Output Learn Sensors Sensor Text Delete Sensors Edit Sensors Inputs Bus Devices SnapCards Programming Sn P1 Gnn Text for Sensor Group Delete Sensor Smoke Verify NC/NO/TP Output 1 Output 2 Sensor nn (Done)
  • Page 74 Central Station Reports • An exit error event now sends an Entry/Exit Alarm and Exit Error reports to the central sta- tion. In CID format the report is: (CID: 457,user# and 134,zone#) IN SIA format the report is: (SIA: EE,user# and BA,zone#) Entry Delay •...
  • Page 75 Specifications Power Requirements: ..Class II, 16.5 VAC, 25 VA, 60 Hz Rechargeable Batteries: ..12 VDC, 4Ah Lead-Acid (part no. 60-681) OR 12 VDC, 7Ah (part no. 60-680). The battery will last 24 hours with no AC and specified standby load Radio Frequency: ....319.5 MHz Nominal Range: ....750 feet (305 meters) typical open air Storage Temperature Range:- 30°...
  • Page 76 T e s t S y s t e m W e e k l y p r e s s b o t h p r e s s b o t h p r e s s b o t h...

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